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Collingwood, William Gershom (1854–1932), author, artist, and antiquary, was born on 6 August 1854 at 87 Chatham Street, Liverpool, the eldest son of the artist William Collingwood (1819–1903), of the Royal Watercolour Society, and his wife, Marie Imhoff (d. 1873) of Arbon, Switzerland...

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Fairholt, Frederick William (bap. 1813, d. 1866), artist and antiquary, was born in London and baptized on 18 July 1813 at St Anne's, Soho, the sixteenth and only surviving child of a Prussian immigrant, whose name, Fahrholz, was Anglicized when he settled in ...

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Fisher, Thomas (1772–1836), artist and antiquary, was born on 24 February 1772 in Rochester, Kent, and baptized there on 20 March at the church of St Nicholas. He was the second son of the two sons and one younger daughter of Thomas Fisher (...

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Thomas Kerrich (1748–1828) self-portrait, 1774 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Kerrich, Thomas (1748–1828), artist and antiquary, was born at the vicarage, Dersingham, Norfolk, on 4 February 1748, the only son of Samuel Kerrich (1696–1768), vicar of Dersingham and rector of Wolferton and West Newton, Norfolk, and his second wife, Barbara (1706–1762), elder daughter of ...

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O'Neill, Henry (1798–1880), artist and antiquary, was born at Clonmel, co. Tipperary, the only child of Henry O'Neill and his wife, the daughter of Samuel Watson, a bookseller. After the early death of his parents, he was brought up by his paternal aunt ...

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Throsby, John (1740–1803), antiquary and artist, was born in the parish of St Martin's, Leicester, on 21 December 1740, the eldest son of Nicholas Throsby (bap. 1700, d. 1782), a tailor and alderman of Leicester who was the younger son of Robert and Ann Throsby...

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Tyson, Michael (1740–1780), antiquary and artist, was born on 18 November 1740 at Stamford, Lincolnshire, the only child of Michael Tyson (1711–1794), rector of St George's and afterwards dean of Stamford and archdeacon of Huntingdon, and his first wife, Elizabeth Walburge, née Curtis...